Emma Pollock, RM Hubbert
5 Mar 2017 (21:00) at Róisín Dubh
€12.50 (€10 members)
€5 discount with LOST IN FRANCE cinema ticket
IN IRISH CINEMAS FROM 3RD MARCH 2017!
Lost in France opens around Ireland on March 3rd, and we're delighted that very special guests are joining us for gigs and appearances to celebrate the release.
Catch Emma Pollock & RM Hubbert from Chemikal Underground LIVE on the film's opening weekend...
Fri March 3rd:
Screening + Q&A: Irish Film Institute (IFI) Dublin
Followed by Dolittle Presents: Emma Pollock & RM Hubbert LIVE in the The Workman's Club, Dublin
Sat March 4th:
Screening + Q&A: The Gate Cinemas Cork
Followed by Emma Pollock & RM Hubbert LIVE in the Connolly's of Leap, Cork (transport will be available from screening to gig)
Sun March 5th:
Screening + Q&A: Eye Cinema Galway
Followed by Emma Pollock & RM Hubbert LIVE in the Roisin Dubh, Galway
More screening and event news soon.
"After his sharp-edged documentary about art-pop agitator Luke Haines, Art Will Save The World, director Niall McCann broadens his scope without losing punch" - Kevin Harley, Screen International
From the heart of Glasgow comes a story of friendship, memory and making music...
In Glasgow in the mid-1990s, flourishing indie rock band The Delgados established cult record label Chemikal Underground, heralding a renaissance of independent music in the city that would bring the likes of Mogwai, Arab Strap and Franz Ferdinand to the world.
Lost in France, the exhilarating new documentary from Niall McCann, explores the rise of this Glaswegian music scene, revisiting a defining, chaotic trip to France in the musicians’ early careers. Featuring a stunning mix of live performances and frequently hilarious interviews, the film reunites key label personnel in an intimate exploration of friendship, memory and making music.
Directed by Niall McCann
Produced by Nicky Gogan & Paul Welsh
An Irish-UK co-production funded by Irish Film Board and Creative Scotland. LIF world premiered at EIFF 2016 and will be released theatrically in Ireland by Wildcard Distribution.
Still Films / Edge City Films / Creative Scotland / Irish Film Board
“Fascinating film” - The Scotsman
“A warm-spirited mix of glowing nostalgia, tremendous music, gang bonds and on-point politics” - Screen International
"An intermittently delicate portrait of a particular kind of ageing... this is like finding old photos in the cupboard, being prompted to remember" - Eye on Film